Kate Chambers poses with her prizes at the Addy awards

In design, finding creative excellence outside her comfort zone

April 11, 2024

Before winning a statewide best-in-show award, Kate Chambers was among the more experienced students in her master’s cohort. Her success, she said, came from professors who pushed her to try new things.

illustration of women in STEM

CU Engineering celebrates Women’s History Month

March 15, 2024

Today and every day, the College of Engineering and Applied Science celebrates the accomplishments of women in STEM who are on the cutting edge of research and innovation and who seek to create an equitable future for all women.

Researchers at the Mountain Research Station

Students may learn ecology (and much else) in the wild

March 1, 2024

CU Boulder’s Mountain Research Station is offering six field courses this summer, giving students the opportunity to study a wide range of disciplines in nature.

Students hold up a red X, of the TEDx logo, at an involvement fair booth

ImpacTED: How a signature CMCI event creates meaning for careers, community

Feb. 23, 2024

Strategic communication senior Lillian Wentworth has been part of the team breathing new life into TEDxCU. Join the signature event on March 2.

Auditorium of the brand new Roe Green Theatre

Set to bring the magic indoors

Feb. 16, 2024

With the outdoor Rippon theater under renovation, the 2024 Colorado Shakespeare Festival will show off the enchanting possibilities of the brand new Roe Green Theatre.

Peyton Thomas running on a trail

Scientist, Olympic hopeful runs with real purpose

Feb. 2, 2024

Peyton Thomas, a postdoctoral researcher who fuses running with a commitment to environmental causes, will compete in the U.S. Olympic women’s marathon trials this month.

Provost Russ Moore, President Todd Saliman, Tandean Rustandy, Chancellor Phil DiStefano, Dean Vijay Khatri and Jason Thatcher

Investiture ceremony honors new Leeds faculty, gift from alumnus

Nov. 16, 2023

CU Boulder hosted an investiture ceremony, where university leadership honored and recognized Vijay Khatri, the Tandean Rustandy Endowed Dean for the Leeds School of Business, and Jason Thatcher, the Tandean Rustandy Endowed Esteemed Chair, who will begin early next year.

Mikayla Huffman in the studio with D&D figurines

Dragons, the universe and everything: Finding self through science and fantasy

Oct. 30, 2023

CU Boulder doctoral student Mikayla Huffman joins host Erika Randall on “The Ampersand” podcast. Tune in for a discussion about science gatekeeping, lunar discoveries and finding identity.

LASP researchers and a rocket collage

Looking back at 75: Honoring LASP’s contributions to historic missions

Oct. 24, 2023

As the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at CU Boulder celebrates 75 years of space exploration, here is a look at just a few of the historic missions for which the lab has played a key role.

People mingle in a large conference hall.

When 650 science writers show up, there’s no shortage of curiosity

Oct. 12, 2023

Some 650 journalists and communicators representing three countries and 39 states recently attended a conference for science writers, hosted by CU Boulder and CU Anschutz, to hone their skills, meet peers and glean story ideas from some of the top minds in science and medicine.